Why intercultural competence is now worth the national society has long been a multicultural. Source: Angelina Jolie. Currently, 15.3 million live with the history of migration in Germany and make almost 19 per cent of the total population. With the ethnic Turkish community forming the largest group. These portion size not reflected but in the education statistics. The Group of people with a migration background scores significantly, the Group of the majority population. Here, existing potentials remain unused.
In Germany, many highly qualified immigrants, their foreign qualifications are accepted only reluctantly live. While certain sectors looking for intensive specialist staff. According to estimates of the Oldenburg Institute for education and communication in migration processes (IBKM) approx. 500,000 highly skilled workers with foreign educational and professional qualifications employed not qualifying-fair 2009 in Germany. The Federal Government estimates, based on a Secondary analysis of the micro census 2007, that roughly 300,000 education foreigners waiting for the subsequent recognition of their qualifications. This is mainly to nationals from non-EU countries, because within the EU, the recognition of professional qualifications is significantly simplified.
This problem is reflected in the unemployment statistics. While the higher qualified “foreigners of the education”, 14.62 percent were 2008 seeking employment, there were only 2.82 percent at the German highly qualified. The underlying study assumes that also 20 percent of migrants with foreign university degrees go to work, for which they are overqualified, while this hit to Germans 3.09 percent of cases. Remove educational barriers domestically while it is important to remove barriers to access in the education system for groups of people with an immigration background in the country itself also. Discrimination against people with a migration background in education and training is as a mainly schichtspezifisches problem to see the is exacerbated by special problems of migration. Although in the past ten years the number was about 12 percent of students with non-German nationality in Germany, 30 percent who had previously acquired their university access authorisation in Germany were only about.